The Colorado Psychologist is Accepting Nominations for the "Interview with a Psychologist" Feature

Posted: Nov. 3, 2021

The Colorado Psychologist (TCP) is currently accepting nominations for the Interview with a Psychologist feature, which highlights the important work and community engagement of fellow Colorado Psychologists. Please email Brian Beuamund, PsyD ([email protected]) directly if there is a colleague you would like to nominate to be interviewed. Please include the person's email as well as a brief statement on why you believe they should be featured.

Submit an Article for TCP

If you are interested in submitting an article, reach out to Brian Beaumund, PsyD at [email protected] for submission guidelines. Articles due by November 19th. 

The Colorado Psychologist is a bi-monthly newsletter contains commentaries, articles on national and state issues affecting psychologists, ethical issues, clinical theories and advancements and special features. CPA members can view past TCP publications by clicking the link below!

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CPA Welcomes New Members to the Board

Thank you to all CPA members who cast their ballots in the 2021 elections. 

Please welcome the following newly elected members to the CPA Board of Directors!  These new board members took office on July 1, 2021. To view the entire 2021-2022 Board of Directors, click here.

(1-year term)

Brian Beaumund, PsyD

(3-year term)

Gabe Casher, PhD


Michelle Dawson, PsyD

Non-Metro Representative
(2-year term)

Emily Rademan, PsyD, LP



Senate Gives Final Approval to Colorado Public Healthcare Option; Bill Heads to House

Posted: May 27, 2021

DENVER (KDVR) — A bill that would give Colorado a state health plan that’s available in every county — one of the most major bills this legislative session — just got a final yes vote in the Senate.

While the measure awaits its final House vote, some who are directly impacted by the bill are breathing a sigh of relief about some last-minute changes.

In an industry already pushed to the brink by COVID-19, psychologists were worried the state’s standardized health plan — which would force insurance companies to reduce their premiums over the next two years — would have unintended consequences for people providing care.

Read the Full Story Here.


Important Survey: Health Care Worker Retention and Resilience Post COVID-19

Posted: May 11, 2021

Hello Healthcare Professionals,

We’re sending you this email and survey link because you probably helped in some way with Colorado’s response to COVID-19. We are trying to learn about how you and your co-workers were impacted by your work during the pandemic. We hope to hear from anyone who supported or participated in the response about what changes need to happen and what services are needed to recover. 

This survey asks questions you probably haven’t been asked before. We ask about your experience trying to do what needed to be done during COVID-19, in your organization, with your peer groups, and in your community. We also ask what is working, what might work, what is not working, and why. The survey only takes 15 minutes for most people and you may choose to remain anonymous. 

We are independent consultants working on behalf of a Colorado Healthcare Coalition and the Department of Public Health and Environment. We will collect the data and help make recommendations about which services and programs organizations should invest in. However, part of our job is to ensure that no employer or regulatory agency (including the sponsor organizations) will ever know which individuals took the survey or what their responses were. 

For more information please go to:

To directly go to the survey:


Thank you,

Heather Cook, MPH, MA, LPC
HECO Consulting, LLC

Thomas Dunn, PhD
Professor of Psychological Sciences
University of Northern Colorado 


Join CPA for a Quarterly CE Webinar and Earn 1.0 CE Credit! 

Posted: May 5, 2021

Colorado Prescriptive Authority - Learn from the Pioneers
Friday, June 25, 2021
12:00PM - 1:00PM MST

CPA plans to pursue legislation to grant prescriptive authority (RxP) to licensed psychologists with advanced degrees and training in prescribing psychotropic medications to increase access to appropriate mental health treatment for Coloradans. As part of the strategic planning, CPA is planning to provide a series of webinars targeting the education about the historical background of RxP and the future direction for this needed effort. In this CE credit webinar, we have two prescribing psychologists from New Mexico, which is the first state in the nation to grant RxP to psychologists. We are excited to hear from the experts on their experience with the legislative process in New Mexico and how we can incorporate their success into our needs in Colorado.

If interested in registering for this CPA webinar, view more information and register here

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